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  • IT Help

    Phone: +64 3 423 0100 (direct dial-off campus) Extn: 30100 (dial this number within Lincoln University)
    Email: ithelp@lincoln.ac.nz
    Location
    : Level 2, George Forbes Memorial Library (Ivey Hall)
  • Mrs O's Café and Bar

    The main place for food on campus is Mrs O's Café and Bar in Te Kete Ika – Food and Function Centre. As well as a café, there are bar facilities and a dining hall for Halls of Residence students.
  • International

    Lincoln is known for the high number of students from around the globe, choosing to study at undergraduate or postgraduate level.
  • Undergraduate

    So what does your future look like? ...
  • Māori Students

    Nau mai, Haere mai, welcome to Lincoln University, New Zealand’s specialist land-based university.
  • Pasifika Students

    Kia Orana, Talofa Lava, Kia Ora, Malo e lelei, Nisa Bula Vinaka, Fakaalofa Lahi Atu, Taloha ni, Fakatalofa atu, Halo oloketa.
  • Postgraduate

    Lincoln offers a range of postgraduate study options from honours degrees through to PhD.
  • How to Apply

    All you need to know about applying to study at Lincoln.
  • Clubs and Organisations

    Getting involved with a club or organisation while at university can make your student experience all the more worthwhile.
  • Recreation Centre

    At Lincoln University we have a fantastic Recreation Centre.
  • Full-time and Part-time Study

    Be flexible in your learning, find out about our full- and part-time study options.
  • Summer School

    Summer School courses can help you get ahead with your degree.
  • Go Global - Study Overseas

    Study overseas as part of your Lincoln University degree.
  • Global Mobility Programme

    International students can study at Lincoln University and transfer your credit back to your degree at home.
  • Eligibility options and regulations

    Graduation is a significant milestone for every student – find out how to graduate.
  • In person - 2015 Graduation Ceremonies

    Choosing to graduate 'In Person' means you’ll be attending the Graduation Ceremony in Lincoln and having your degree awarded in person on 24 April 2015.
  • Regalia - hire, wear and return

    This section covers your regalia - hire, wear and return.
  • On the day

    Graduating in person is an exciting and well-deserved experience filled with tradition and pride.
  • Tickets, photos, parking and tips for family and friends or graduands

    Below is some information about tickets, photos, parking and tips for your family and friends, to ensure you make the most of this special day.
  • Lincoln info and accommodation

    For those graduates who have national or international visitors joining them to celebrate their achievements, you may find the following information useful.
  • Living on Campus

    Year after year, students tell us how important it is that they started their time at Lincoln by living in the Halls of Residence.
  • Renting

    This is a great option for students who want to live independently and economically.
  • Library, Teaching and Learning

    A key component to ensure you succeed in your studies is the University’s Library, Teaching and Learning (LTL) team.
  • IT Resources

    We all rely on computers and software to do our study and work these days, and when it’s going good, great, but when it’s not, help! ...
  • Choosing your course

    Depending on whether you are looking to enrol for the first time, looking to change your study path, or just don’t know what the next step is with your current programme, there are resources on hand to help.
  • Postgraduate resources

    There are services and facilities available to help cater for the challenges of postgraduate study.
  • Area Activities

    The Christchurch and Canterbury regions offer a host of options for socialising and recreation; and it’s so easy to get around.
  • The Lincoln Community

    Lincoln is a thriving township in the Selwyn District of Canterbury.
  • International Student Support

    At Lincoln we have students from around 60 different countries on campus, and we're committed to ensuring a supportive, rewarding environment for all.
  • Māori Student Support

    Lincoln University is a great place for Māori students to study, with Māori support services on hand to help when required.
  • Student Support Network

    The Student Support Network is a group of people who you can go and see at any time about any problem.
  • Students and graduates

    So you want to know what you can do with your degree? ...
  • Employers

    Careers and Employment enable employers to make contact with talented Lincoln graduates from a range of qualifications.
  • Sustainability

    Key to all that Lincoln University does is an awareness of, and care for, the environment.
  • Partners

    It is important to Lincoln University to work collaboratively with partners to ensure our research remains relevant to the needs of industry.
  • Research and Testing Services

    Lincoln University is able to administer research and testing services, ranging from computed tomography, capillary separation, genotyping services to gene-marker testing.
  • Performance Based Research Fund

    Lincoln University gets some of its research funding from the Performance Based Research Fund (PBRF).
  • Lincoln Research & Innovation

    The Lincoln Research and Innovation (LRI) unit facilitates internal and external connectivity, research project development and innovation, and the acquisition and administration of research funding.
  • Human Ethics Committee

    The role of the Human Ethics Committee is to ensure that all research at Lincoln University that involves human participants meets established ethical standards.
  • SchoolsLinc

    We are working on new resources for teachers and career advisors, and will have this up and running in time for 2015 term one.
  • Liaison Office

    If you have a particular area of interest, give us a call and we can arrange for one of our lecturers to come and teach in your school.
  • Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce

    The Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce is at the forefront of sustainable business.
  • Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences

    The Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences provides the foundation of knowledge for land-based, sustainable production.
  • University Studies and English Language Division

    The University Studies and English Language Division runs two programmes.
  • Department of Agricultural Sciences

    The Department of Agricultural Sciences is responsible for teaching and research in the plant and animal sciences, and in crop and livestock production.
  • Department of Ecology

    The Department of Ecology focus on modern approaches and tools in molecular, behavioural, community and ecosystem ecology.
  • Department of Wine, Food and Molecular Biosciences

    The Department of Wine, Food and Molecular Biosciences is responsible for delivery of the Bachelor of Viticulture and Oenology, the Bachelor of Science (Food Science) and teaching for other related courses.
  • Department of Soil and Physical Sciences

    The Soil and Physical Sciences Department has responsibility for the delivery of all undergraduate and postgraduate soil-related courses, and many physical science courses including first and second year undergraduate chemistry and physics.
  • Faculty of Environment, Society and Design

    The Faculty of Environment, Society and Design teaches a wide range of disciplines from environmental management, applied computing to landscape architecture and tourism.
  • Department of Informatics and Enabling Technologies

    The Department of Informatics and Enabling Technologies applies computing technology to solve real world problems.
  • Department of Environmental Management

    The Department of Environmental Management promotes the advancement of knowledge, through teaching and research, to sustainably manage the natural and human environment.
  • Department of Tourism, Sport and Society

    The Department of Tourism, Sport and Society is the most diverse of Lincoln University’s academic departments.
  • School of Landscape Architecture

    In 1969, Lincoln University (then Lincoln College) started New Zealand’s first professional qualification in landscape architecture.
  • Recruitment Process

    Lincoln has a vigorous recruitment process to ensure that the right person is recruited for the University and to ensure that Lincoln is the right place for the applicant.
  • Living in Lincoln, New Zealand

    Working for Lincoln may mean a move here from outside the region or even from overseas.
  • Regional Diploma

    Learn while you earn with our Regional Diploma Programme.
  • Domestic tuition fees

    Domestic tuition fees depend on the courses you select within your qualification.
  • International tuition fees

    International students have programme-based fees.
  • Field trips and tours

    Some courses have field trips/tours associated with them.
  • Administration fees

    All you need to know about academic, examination, general, withdrawal/refund and late fees.
  • Student services fee

    A compulsory student services fee is charged to all students, which supports the delivery of a range of services.
  • Practical work fee

    Some qualifications have a practical work component associated with them.
  • Accommodation fees

    Find out how much it's going to cost for the different on-campus accommodation options.
  • Banking and Budgeting

    It's not always easy juggling study and living costs when you're on a low income.
  • Lincoln CT (Computed Tomography)

    The primary aim of Lincoln CT, the use of Computed Tomography, as part of the Sheep Breeding Technology Unit, is to aid research in animal genetics within the ...
  • Sequencing and genotyping

    The Lincoln University Sequencing Facility, located within the Bio-Protection Research Centre operates an Applied Biosystems 3130xl Genetic Analyzer, with a 50cm array and POP7 installed as the standard platform.
  • Gene-marker laboratory

    The Gene-Marker Laboratory has been established to undertake research in animal molecular genetics within the ...
  • Conference & Professional Development

    Conference & Professional Development With over 50 years proven expertise, the Lincoln University Conference and Professional development group knows what it takes to deliver.
  • Global Challenges Programme

    Feed the world, protect the future, live well: they’re Lincoln University’s causes; a response to the global challenges facing the planet today.
  • Paying your fees

    You may pay by cheque, EFTPOS, credit card (Mastercard or Visa only), direct credit or cash.
  • Key people

    Here's a list of Lincoln's key researchers in this area.
  • Postgraduate opportunities

    Want to study with us: find out about upcoming research topics and what our current students are studying in this field.
  • Work with us

    Want to work with us? ...
  • Research Committee

    The purpose of the University’s Research Committee is to develop and coordinate the research activities that lie within the responsibilities of the Lincoln Research and Innovation Office.
  • Animal Ethics Committee

    The Animal Ethics Committee (AEC) ensures that all research and teaching at the University and by ‘parented’ organisations/persons is conducted in accordance with the University’s Code of Ethical Conduct for the Use of Animals (CEC) and Animal Welfare Act 1999.
  • Lincoln University Research Archive

    Lincoln University's extensive research outputs are available online, stored in the ...
  • Journals @ Lincoln

    The Lincoln University Journals @ Lincoln site has been established to provide staff and students with a place to publish open access journals online.
  • Withdraw from study and refunds

    If you do need to withdrawal from study, here's what you need to know.
  • International student tuition refund policy

    A refund fee of NZ$500, including GST, will be charged to all international students who request a tuition fee refund as a result of a semester cancellation or withdrawal, or transferal to another educational institution, no later than 21 days after the first day of a full semester or five days after the start of English Language Programmes or Summer School.
  • Meet the International Team

    At Lincoln we have a great international liaison team to help you to get to Lincoln.
  • Visa Requirements

    As an international student, to study in New Zealand, you must have a student visa.
  • Australian Students

    Are you planning to cross the Tasman to study here? ...
  • Compulsory Insurance

    Under New Zealand law International Students must have and current medical and travel insurance for the duration of their planned period of ...
  • Whenua Kura

    More Māori are needed to work in agriculture.
  • Poutama Whenua

    Poutama Whenua is Lincoln University’s pathway for Māori students considering a Lincoln University qualification.
  • Māori Students’ Association

    Te Awhioraki as an organisation that represents all Māori students on-campus.
  • Maori Support

    The delivery of teaching and research is the responsibility of the University’s ...
  • Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit

    The Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit (AERU) provides research from Lincoln University.
  • Centre for Advanced Computational Solutions

    The Centre for Advanced Computational Solutions (C-fACS) was established in 1999.
  • Centre for Food Research and Innovation

    The Centre for Food Research and Innovation (CFRI) is a multi-departmental and institutional centre of food science excellence.
  • Lincoln University Centre for International Development

    The Lincoln University Centre for International Development (LUCID) conducts research and research-based consulting that advances international development.
  • Centre for Land, Environment and People

    The Centre for Land, Environment and People (LEaP) aims to enhance the economic, environmental and social sustainability of societies.
  • Centre for Soil and Environmental Research

    The Centre for Soil and Environmental Research (CSER) conducts scientific research designed to advance sustainable production and environmental protection.
  • Centre for Viticulture and Oenology

    The Centre for Viticulture and Oenology (CV&O) acts as a focus for interdisciplinary research on wine, from soil to glass.
  • Centre for Wildlife Management and Conservation

    The Centre for Wildlife Management and Conservation (CWMC) vision is for increased recovery of native biodiversity.
  • Isaac Centre for Nature Conservation

    The Isaac Centre for Nature Conservation (ICNC) was established in 1999 to build on and focus the extensive skills and scholarship of Lincoln University staff for research, teaching and vocational training in nature conservation.
  • Seed Research Centre

    The Lincoln University Seed Research Centre (SRC) has been established within the Bio-Protection Research Centre ...
  • OneFarm, the Centre of Excellence in Farm Business Management

    OneFarm is a joint venture between Massey and Lincoln Universities, made possible by the support and funding of DairyNZ and the Primary Growth Partnership.
  • Waterways Centre for Freshwater Management

    The Waterways Centre for Freshwater Management was established in 2009 as a joint partnership between Canterbury and Lincoln Universities.
  • Our Mission

    The University has a mission to help: feed the world, protect the future, and live well.
  • Structure

    Lincoln is one of eight universities in New Zealand and is governed by a Council.
  • Brochures and Publications

    Our brochures provide an overview of our programmes, courses, facilities and support services.
  • History

    is New Zealand’s third oldest university in New ...
  • Entry Requirements

    Find out what is needed to join us at Lincoln for postgraduate study.
  • Energy technologies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions

    There are many proposed technical solutions for reducing green house gas (GHG) emissions. These solutions typically allow current energy demand patterns to continue. Such technologies are often in the research or prototype stage, but are often used in future projections that result in GHG reductions.
  • Peak Oil Think Tank

    Peak Oil Think Tank In recent years there has been growing and well-founded concern that the world is reaching (or has already) ‘peak’ or ‘plateau’ of global oil production. The global economy, countries (including New Zealand), and sectors have thrived on the back of cheap oil. Increases in global oil prices or long term shortfalls will affect the world we live in
  • Agents and Semantic Agents

    Semantic Agent involved in the project ...
  • Data Analysis and Visualization

    Supporting Informed Decision-Making under Uncertainty and Risk through Interactive Visualisation ...
  • Human Aspects of Computing

    Customisation of Web Content for Desktop and Mobile Device ...
  • Community-based research in indigenous settings

    Stewart , Lincoln University, New Dianne Draper, University of Calgary, Canada ...
  • History of New Zealand Sport

    Ryan in collaboration swith Geoff Watson, Massey University ...
  • Surfing Reefs

    Surfing Reefs (and other marine recreational activities and ...
  • Recreational Hunters

    Recreational Hunters, Fishers and Divers in North Canterbury: Outdoor Enthusiasms in Social Contexts ...
  • Prioritising river values

    This project began in 2008 with funding from Envirolink.
  • Public Perceptions of NZ's Environment (ongoing)

    This research studies New Zealand residents´ views about the New Zealand environment.
  • The Right to Landscape

    The Right to Landscape©2008 (RtL) Project is a collaborative initiative between Lincoln University, New Zealand, the Cambridge Centre for Landscape and People (CCLP) UK and the American University of Beirut( AUB), Lebanon.
  • Arctic Tourism: Community Adaptation to Climate Change

    Project title: Climate Change and Tourism Change in Northern Canadian Communities: A Vulnerability and Resilience Assessment ...
  • Spatial Yield (2007-2012)

    Project Overview ...
  • Other Projects

    Other Projects Ship ...
  • TRREC Projects

    Financial and Economic Yield in (Lincoln University) in partnership with the Tourism Industry Association of New Zealand and the Ministry of Tourism are undertaking a three year programme to develop tools to enhance the financial and economic yield from tourism.
  • Tourism Economic Yield (2007)

    Tourism Economic Yield (2007) Re-creating Tourism ...
  • Indicators (completion 2002)

    Indicators of Acceptable Environmental Change for Tourism ...
  • Adaptation to Climate Change in New Zealand

    Preparing the Tourism Sector for Climate Change (2009-2012) -FRST funded Project ...
  • Environmental Footprint of the New Zealand Tourism Sector (2008)

    Project Leader: Prof. Caroline Susanne Barber, Agricultural Engineering Sorenson, Research Parsonson-Ensor
  • South Pacific Tourism and Climate Change

    for the Tourism Sector in Fiji ...
  • Sea Ice and Cruise Tourism

    Sea-Ice change and the implications for cruise tourism in Arctic Canada (on-going) ...
  • Last Chance Tourism

    Climate Change and Wildlife Viewing Tourism in Churchill Manitoba, Canada (on-going) ...
  • Planning

    In July 26, 2004 the Minister of Tourism, Hon.
  • Contact us

    LEaP Research ...
  • Community involvement

    Community involvement LEaP researchers on editorial boards: ...
  • Privacy

    The collection, use, storage, disclosure and correction of personal information by the University is governed by The Privacy Act 1993.
  • Partnerships

    Partnerships are critically important to share, generate and disseminate knowledge.
  • Disaster response and recovery

    Topics currently under investigation: ...
  • Reduction mitigation and adaption

    Topics under investigation: ...
  • Financial Assistance

    Lincoln University has established a student financial support fund for students who suffer financial hardship.
  • Disclaimer

    Lincoln University makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information provided on its web pages.
  • Department of Land Management and Systems

    Land Management and Systems comprises the Agricultural Management, Forest Management, Engineering, and Property Studies disciplines.
  • Department of Global Value Chains and Trade

    The Department of Global Value Chains and Trade provides work ready graduates who have a keen appreciation of the unique mix of elements that the make up a successful exporting business involved in international trade.
  • Department of Financial and Business Systems

    The Department of Financial and Business Systems is responsible for the Bachelor of Commerce major in Accounting and Finance and is involved in the Bachelor of Commerce (Information Technology).
  • Department of Agribusiness and Markets

    The Department of Agribusiness and Markets (AgMk) prepares students for careers along the value chain with a focus on delivering land-based products and services to customers in both developed and developing countries.
  • Job Application Guidelines

    The following guidelines have been written to assist you to prepare an application which will provide essential and accurate information to assist the University in its selection process.
  • Pastoral Support

    It doesn’t matter what religious faith you may have, or whether you have any religious faith at all, the University chaplains are there to lend an ear and provide guidance, help, or support for whatever you need.
  • Ethical Behaviour and Harassment

    Harassment is behaviour that threatens the safety or wellbeing of staff or students.
  • Counselling

    Things don't always go smoothly for any of us.
  • Disability Support

    The team at Inclusive Education want to make your student experience as easy as possible.
  • Health Services

    You can make an appointment with the Student Health and Support Centre for any of the same reasons you would see your health provider at home.
  • General vacancies

    View all the current general vacancies at Lincoln University.
  • Management vacancies

    View all the current management vacancies at Lincoln University.
  • Academic vacancies

    View all the current academic vacancies at Lincoln University.
  • Bookshop

    Bookshop The Lincoln University Bookshop offers a range of retail services on campus.
  • Printery

    There’s a good chance you’ll have some special printing requirements at some stage of your studies.
  • Glossary

    Glossary Administration Committee University authority that administers the regulations on behalf of the Vice-Chancellor and the Academic Board. The AAC grants admission, confirms courses of study, awards credits, confirms grades and considers applications for special consideration..
  • Research and Business

    Lincoln University is able to support your R&D activity through the contracted use of researchers, equipment and intellectual property.
  • Research and Community

    As New Zealand’s specialist land-based university, our focus is on our relationship with ‘land’ and land-use - and how that informs and impacts communities around the world.
  • Research and Postgraduate

    Lincoln University offers many services, resources and facilities to support postgraduate students with their studies.
  • Research and Career

    Lincoln University is a leading teaching and research institution, and one of New Zealand’s eight universities.
  • Lincoln Hub

    The Lincoln Hub is a collaboration between research, education and industry that will transform the productivity and performance of New Zealand and the world’s primary sector.
  • Prices, run times & submitting samples

    The Sequencing Facility is staffed between 9:30am and 2:30pm each day, with analysis runs commencing at 1:30pm.
  • Sample submission forms

    Submission forms can be downloaded below and forwarded electronically to ...
  • Results and confidentiality

    Clients with a Lincoln University login can access results on a central storage drive from any desktop computer.
  • Chemistry guides and trouble shooting

    offer the following primers for use in sequencing reactions.
  • House Rules

    Here you will find details about the house rules for graduate and postgraduate study at Lincoln.
  • Lincoln University Farms

    Lincoln University has traditionally owned and managed a variety of farm properties in its portfolio for four key reasons.
  • Past Participants

    Comments from previous participants.
  • Referee Form

    As a referee you are asked to provide a short referee statement for a person who has applied for selection for the Kellogg Rural Leadership Programme for 2015.
  • Application Form

    Here's where to fill out the online application form or download it.
  • 2015 Programme

    Develop and refine your leadership potential in a supportive environment with leadership experts and senior industry leaders.
  • Sponsors

    The Kellogg Rural Leadership Programme acknowledges and thanks its sponsors.
  • LincolnConnect

    supports the work of Lincoln University by connecting Lincoln to the world, and the world to Lincoln.
  • Enrolment Terms and Conditions

    Lincoln University collects and stores information from this application to comply with the requirements of the Ministry of Education, Tertiary Education Commission and where appropriate, Work and Income New Zealand and the New Zealand Immigration Service.
  • English Language Requirements

    If English is your first language you meet our English language requirement, however, if English is not your first language, you will need to establish that your English is good enough to study successfully at university.
  • International student loans

    Below is a list of international student loans available.
  • Academic Transcript

    Request a copy of your academic transcript.
  • Research Projects

    Find out more about some of the dryland pastures research projects.
  • Field Day Handouts and Presentations

    View field day handouts and conference presentations.
  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Check out our list of frequently asked questions, broken down into categories for you.
  • Bachelor Degree Admission Requirements

    The entrance requirements for students from other countries include: ...
  • Agriculture Life Sciences

    Agriculture Life Sciences ...
  • Biological husbandry unit

    Biological husbandry unit ...
  • Bio-Protection

    Bio-Protection ...
  • ESD

    ESD ...
  • LHL-Cleaning

    LHL-Cleaning ...
  • LHL-Halls

    LHL-Halls ...
  • LHL-Recreation centre

    LHL-Recreation centre ...
  • Lincworks

    Lincworks ...
  • Student health and support

    Student health and support ...
  • Telford Division

    Telford Division ...
  • Call for papers

    Submission of abstracts for poster and oral presentations is open now.
  • Special Journal Issue

    A special issue of the International Journal of Food Science and Technology will feature selected high-impact full text papers.
  • Registration

    Register online here.
  • Conference Committee

    View who is on the Committee.
  • Venue

    The golden jubilee celebration of the International Journal of Food Science and Technology will be held at Lincoln University, Lincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand.
  • Scientific Publications

    View the latest scientific publications.
  • Home

    Home ...
  • Postgraduate Students

    View our current and previous postgraduate students.
  • Interns and Visitors

    Hear from some of our interns and visitors about their time at Lincoln and working with the Dryland Pastures team.
  • SURVEYS

    Qualtrics and other surveys we have running on the main site.
  • LU Sport

    At Lincoln University we are proud of our sport.
  • Scholarships

    Apply for scholarships to help fund your study.
  • Childcare

    Lincoln has two great childcare centres close to the University.
  • Hazards

    This is the Lincoln University hazards register.
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